Wimbledon Championships, the most renown Tennis tournament, is getting closer to its final act. Following almost two weeks of high-quality tennis, on Saturday the women`s singles contest is about to put in one last performance. It`ll be quite a match featuring Serena Williamson one side of the net and the 28-year-old German Angelique Kerber on the other side. Moreover, it`s going to be a replay match or a revenge one, itdependson which side you`ll be looking at.

In January, at the Australian Open, it was Kerber who outshone Serena in the final encounter in the Rod Laver Arena. It was Kerber`s first Grand Slam title. Now, she has the possibility to double it. Serena is still running for the first Major in 2016, as well as for Steffi Graf`s milestone of 22 Grand Slams.

Williams and Kerber make it to the final with ease.

Both athletes produced some quality tennis in their previous six encounters at Wimbledon.

Despite facing some strong players, they both kept their standards at such heights that they gave their opponents little to work with. If Serena had a bit of a trouble against Christina McHale in the 2nd round, Kerber delivered a shiny performance still without dropping a single set. In the first semifinal, Serena dispatched the underdog of 2016 Wimbledon. Elena Vesnina who was ranked 50 at the start of the tournament surrendered in straight sets 6-2 6-0.

On the second one, Venus Williams failed to make out Wimbledon a family business. She was outrun in straight sets by Kerber 6-4 6-4. It is quite remarkablehow Angelique Kerber is pulling herself on the right path in a Grand Slam. Following her successback in January, her game suffered a lot. Her results were way off her place in the rankings. Somehow, at Wimbledon, she broughtback the right recipe and now she`ll fight for the2nd.Grand Slam of her career.

Serena`s dominance is threatened.

In order to keep a decent gap between her and the second place in the ranking, Serena needs to win the final. If she failsin doing so, Angelique Kerber will come closer as the gap will be shortened at just 400 WTA points. The bad news doesn`t end there. In the months to come, Kerber will have few points to defend, while Serena has to protect her last year`s harvest which includes a US Open semifinal, as well as the title in Cincinnati (Premier 5).

There is a good shot that by the end of the summer the WTA circuit will have a new leader.

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